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Marking and Exploring Taxonomic Concept Data. Paul Craig Martin Graham Jessie Kennedy Centre for Information and Software Systems School of Computing Napier University, Edinburgh, UK. What We Do. We develop graphical user interfaces that contrast multiple classifications.

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Marking and exploring taxonomic concept data

Marking and Exploring Taxonomic Concept Data

Paul Craig

Martin Graham

Jessie Kennedy

Centre for Information and Software Systems

School of Computing

Napier University, Edinburgh, UK


What we do

What We Do

  • We develop graphical user interfaces that contrast multiple classifications


Matching by hand

Matching By Hand…

  • Matching taxa by hand is extremely difficult & time-consuming, even with small data sets


Matching by name

Matching by Name…

  • Our interfaces can automatically match between classifications by name


Matching by concept

Matching by Concept

  • Same names don’t mean the same things in different taxonomies… they are different concepts

    • Thus synonymy, homonymy etc

  • Taxonomic Concept Schema (TCS) includes mechanisms for defining relationships between concepts


Matching by concept1

Matching by Concept

  • To get this data in though requires an expert to assess and mark up the relationships in TCS


Matching by concept2

Matching by Concept

  • To get this data in though requires an expert to assess and mark up the relationships in TCS


Making concept relations

Making Concept Relations

  • So we developed a drag & drop interface to allow experts to build relationship sets between classifications

  • Takes in a TCS data file

  • User picks a pair of classifications

  • User chooses a relationship type

  • Drag between concepts to connect


Making concept relations1

Two Classifications

Relationship being made

Related Concepts

Existing Concept Relations

Making Concept Relations

Concept


Matching by concept3

Matching By Concept

  • VIDEO


Viewing concept relationships

Viewing Concept Relationships

  • Relationships between two taxonomies can be viewed in the relationship creation tool

  • To view across multiple taxonomies simultaneously we adapted our multiple classification browser


Viewing concept relationships1

Viewing Concept Relationships

  • Takes in a TCS data file

  • Shows all classifications

  • User navigates or selects a concept

  • Hovering with the mouse reveals relationships

  • Marking (colouring) highlights those related concepts and also those related to its child concepts


Viewing concept relationships2

Viewing Concept Relationships

Related concepts

Concept relations

Concept under investigation


Viewing concept relationships3

Viewing Concept Relationships

  • VIDEO


Conclusions

Conclusions

  • We can generate TCS relationships between classifications

  • We can show TCS relationships between classifications

  • The effectiveness of the tools with regard to these relationships is still unknown

    • We need your help!


Thankyou

Thankyou

  • http://www.ciss.soc.napier.ac.uk

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